After unpacking and setting up your shiny newyou need to learn a lot about the device. For starters, all are equipped with Android Pie out of the box. Google's latest mobile operating system has some new features that Samsung has integrated into its own One UI skin.
We've been using the S10 for some time, and below are some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of theS10 or S10 Plus.
Samsung has added an official night mode to the latest Galaxy devices with Android Pie. The Galaxy S10 series is of course also supplied with Android Pie.
In night mode, system apps and other areas of the interface become black, so you can better see your phone's display at night or in dimly lit environments. The night mode can be activated in Settings > Display > Night mode . You can turn it on at any time or schedule the device to automatically enable night mode based on your location.
Change these settings
Weyou should have After you set up your Galaxy S10, you can check the changes. There's a fancy new gesture navigation feature that you'll certainly want to watch. Trust me.
You can disable alerts by removing them from the notification window for a specific time by disabling them. Slowly swipe in one direction in one direction until you see a setting icon and a bell. Tap the bell, and then select the time for which you want to turn off the alert.
The S10's app-switching interface has been optimized with app maps placed horizontally. Tap the app's toggle button to see recently used apps. Force an app to close by dragging the preview up. Unlike iOS, you can not simultaneously swipe in multiple apps. Luckily, there is a close button at the bottom of the screen.
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